If you were recently the victim of a sexual assault, you should seek medical help immediately. The nearest hospital emergency room is at Salem Health, 890 Oak Street SE Salem, OR 97301.
If You are Hurt:
- Call 911
- Preserve evidence.
- Do not bathe or wash.
- Keep torn or bloodied clothing and go to the emergency room for treatment.
- Ask the staff to photograph your injuries.
If desired, hospital personnel will assist you in contacting the appropriate law enforcement agencies. University personnel will gladly accompany you to provide support.
You should be aware that if you are under the age of 18, hospital personnel are required by law to file an official report with or without your consent.
Reporting Sexual Assault & Harassment
If you are seriously injured or in immediate danger, call 911 immediately.
Reporting to a University Official
You are encouraged to report sexual assault and harassment to university officials so we can help protect you and others.
You may also contact any of the following individuals, who can help you get help and navigate the reporting process, or report to any Resident Assistant, Area Coordinator, or Campus Safety Officer. Know that these people are mandatory reporters and will need to document what you share, but they will maintain confidentiality to the extent possible.
- Dr. Brian Jaworski, Title IX Coordinator: email@example.com
- Mike Roth, Chief of Security: 503-589-8152, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mechelle Garrett, Deputy Coordinator: email@example.com
- Bethany Bigelow, Deputy Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
The following off-campus resources are always available to you.
- Marion County District Attorney’s Office, 503-588-5253
- Center for Hope and Safety, 503-399-7722
- Salem Police Department, non-emergency, 503-588-6123
Corban’s Policies and Procedures Related to Sex- or Gender-Related Harassment or Discrimination
Students and employees have a right to study and work in an environment that is free from harassment or discrimination on the basis of sex or gender. For more information about sexual assault, sexual harassment, and discrimination, see Corban’s Title IX policy.
Corban’s Title IX Coordinator is Dr. Brian Jaworski. Multiple employees also serve on a team dedicated to responding to complaints or concerns of sexual harassment or discrimination. These team members complete annual trainings and those materials can be viewed here: